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21. opinion | 26 Jan 2015
» I am a creature of habit.
22. news | 25 Jan 2015
» JAKARTA - Indonesian salvage teams failed again Sunday to retrieve the fuselage of AirAsia Flight 8501 from the seabed after a sling snapped during a sudden change in the weather, officials said.
23. news | 23 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» A cat is to have gender reassignment surgery in Canada after an internet campaign raised the cash needed for the surgery.
24. news | 21 Jan 2015
» TAIPEI - Taiwan's Beijing-sceptic main opposition party, tipped to win elections next year, said Wednesday relations with China must be "examined and adjusted" to reflect voters' wishes as fears grow over incre...
25. business | 19 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» While many Sri Lankans are celebrating the electoral defeat of authoritarian former president Mahendra Rajapaksa, they acknowledge that he helped usher in an era of impressive economic growth following the end of three d...
26. lifestyle | 19 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Life
» The story of Zelda la Grange, Nelson Mandela's personal secretary, is about personal growth and social change. Her story begins with institutionalised racism.
27. lifestyle | 18 Jan 2015
» Every now and again a new campaign or crackdown hopes to right a social wrong in this country, not unlike the one I detailed in last week’s column. The latest idea is one that involves white lines — white squiggly lines....
28. lifestyle | 18 Jan 2015
» When things that were once familiar change or disappear, we can either regret their loss or feel relief that they are gone. There are features of our political past that we wouldn’t want to have back, while changes for t...
29. business | 16 Jan 2015
» The Software Industry Promotion Agency (Sipa) will be renamed the Digital Economy Promotion Agency in a move aimed at broadening its organisational role to serve the development of the digital economy.
30. news | 15 Jan 2015
» TOKYO - Japan has asked a major US publisher to "correct" a school textbook that references World War II sex slaves, the foreign ministry said Thursday, as Tokyo's bid to polish its history moves abroad.